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Military divorce and kids

| Oct 3, 2018 | Uncategorized

When it comes to divorce, there are many different issues which can affect children and this is especially true for people who work through a military divorce. For example, child custody matters can be complicated when one parent is in the military and the emotional impact of a divorce may be especially hard on some kids. Moreover, couples may be unsure of how property such as military pensions will be divided and the impact of a divorce can be very hard on someone who is deployed. If you have kids, it is crucial to make this process easier for them.

First, you should be aware of your legal rights and options related to custody and visitation. The well-being of your kids should always be a top priority and it would be smart to review custody laws in order to prepare yourself for what may lie ahead. If possible, it could be helpful to discuss this situation with your children in order to make the transition less taxing for them. Moreover, there are other issues related to military divorce which involve kids, such as child support payments. Whether you plan on receiving payments or being obligated to pay child support, you should also familiarize yourself with this facet of family law.

Ending a marriage can be particularly tough for parents and in some cases this may be even more true for those in the military. However, some people have the ability to work toward a better future by ending a toxic marriage.

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